24 April 2010 - 29 May 2010
An exhibition of paintings by the prominent NGAL sisters from the Utopia region of the Northern Territory. Angelina, Kathleen and Poly NGAL depict their country Aharlper, each using an individual painting style with a focus on the bush plum, a plant with w...
5 December 2009 - 22 December 2009
The ATOs rebate for small businesses of up to 50% on artworks ends December 31st^. We represent a number of artists whose work complies with the ATO specifications, including:
Mark ASHKANASY, Stephen BOWERS, Robert CLINCH, Dianne COULTER, Tom GLEGHORN, Ja...
3 October 2009 - 30 November 2009
Exhibiting the beauty of the vast and ever-changing Australian landscape as portrayed by artists for over 100 years, ''The Painted Vision'' demonstrates both the variations in artistic interpretations of the landscape, as well as careful skill with which t...
3 June 2009 - 8 August 2009
Showcasing Black and white imagery from colonial to contemporary and including aboriginal art.
Works by Blackman, Booth, Chagall, Conder, Dobell, Drysdale, Friend, Gleeson, Lilly Kelly Napangarti, Matisse, Millet, Gloria Petyarr, Picasso, Renoir, Strutt, ...
20 March 2009 - 2 May 2009
Showcasing the delicately refined works of Utopia artists Elizabeth Kunoth Kngwarray and Genevieve Kemarr Loy
1 October 2008 - 8 November 2008
Showcasing a wide range of sculpture, painting, drawing and decorative art, including Aboriginal, Antipodean, contemporary,colonial, impressionist, modern and Old Masters.
15 July 2008 - 16 August 2008
Paintings by four remarkable artists from Iylenty (Mosquito Bore), Utopia: Nancy Kunoth Petyarr, Elizabeth Kunoth Kngwarray, Cowboy Loy Pwerl, and Genevieve Kemarr Loy
9 July 2008 - 2 August 2008
A selection of contemporary Australian artworks including painting, sculpture, decorative arts and indigenous art.
12 March 2008 - 12 April 2008
Artworks selected by the Director, Lauraine Diggins
28 November 2007 - 16 December 2007
A selection of works by Tasmanian artist, Michael McWilliams, featuring his usual cast of colourful characters - sheep, cows, fish, pets - as well as native animals including the iconic Tasmanian devil and the thylacine.